Hydrogen is a key word of the future

Battery metals will become more and more important in the future. In addition to zinc, nickel and copper, platinum and palladium are also raw materials for mobility.

This commodity market should be able to book a great increase in value. Future automotive and technology trends speak for it. Trucks are responsible for around two fifths of all greenhouse gas emissions in road traffic. And this is precisely where fuel cell trucks become interesting as a long-distance alternative. Because electric trucks are more suitable for short distances. But when it comes to large means of transport or long distances, hydrogen could be the key to lower overall emissions.

The European aviation group Airbus just announced that they want to put a hydrogen-powered passenger aircraft into operation in 15 years. Platinum is necessary for fuel cell technology. For example, owns significant platinum and palladium projects in the US and South Africa Sibanye-Stillwater – -. The company is also a large gold producer. Gold mining is operationally similar to PGM. Sibanye-Stillwater has two important and promising areas in the raw materials business.

Raw materials such as lithium, cobalt and nickel are important for the electric vehicle market. The stainless steel market also has demand for nickel and cobalt. The possesses these two raw materials Canada Nickel Company – – in your projects. The company’s flagship project is the Crawford Nickel-Cobalt Sulphide Property in Ontario. Canada Nickel is also working on processes to produce environmentally friendly nickel, cobalt and iron products.

Current company information and press releases from Sibanye-Stillwater (- -) and Canada Nickel Company (- -).

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